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Category Archives: Trail Maps
The Ohio To Erie Trail through Columbus is fairly easy to navigate going south to north. From US 40 / Broad Street you pick up the The Scioto River Trail in downtown Columbus and then follow the Olentangy Trail north … Continue reading
On the north end of Columbus it is riders choice to use the bike trail that goes through Alum Creek Park or the bike trail that goes through Westerville. Schrock Road is used to connect these trails to the Olentangy … Continue reading
Car Camping with your Bicycle in North Central Ohio with easy access to the Richland B & O Bike Trail, The Kokosing Gap Trail and The Holmes County Trail with Map
Traveling to a bicycling destination with your bike and your car is great way to get started bicycle touring. You can get a feel for long distance riding without the full blown challenges of touring. With your car nearby you … Continue reading
In the spring of 2012 Summit County completed their sections of The Ohio and Erie Canal Towpath Trail eliminating the on-road sections in Akron and tricky interchanges around Barberton. The route is beautiful and easy to navigate. The entire route … Continue reading
The North Coast Inland Trail: Lorain County from Elyria, to Oberlin to Kipton, 13 mile Bicycle Ride.
A few days ago we rode the Lorain County section of North Coast Inland Trail from Elyria, through Oberlin and on to Kipton. It’s approximately 13 miles long. It is very smooth and very flat. It is seal coated in … Continue reading
How long does it take to ride the Ohio to Erie Trail? Good question. The answer is; it depends. We’ve talked to people that did it in three days! That’s better than 100 miles a day! The way we rode … Continue reading
UPDATE SEPTEMBER 2014: The bicycle tunnel at West 65th is closed. Northbound: Stay on Detroit to Lake Ave, (Burger King) turn right at end of Burger King parking onto West 76, just past second stop sign is new bike tunnel … Continue reading
Cleveland is a little more difficult than other towns along the Ohio to Erie Trail. There are plenty of places to stay and eat and hang out at in Cleveland. The problem stems from where the trail terminates in town. … Continue reading
Seems like many people are asking this question so I will provide some details. The short answer is the Ohio to Erie Trail is paved in the southern end and crushed limestone in the north. Here is more information… The … Continue reading
Level: Intermediate This out and back trip along the Western Reserve Greenway bicycle trail is approximately 40 miles in one direction, between the town of Austinburg, to the north in Ashtabula county, to Mosquito Lake State Park in the south … Continue reading